Jeffrey D. Newby

Partner, Co-Chair of the Workers' Compensation Group
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Direct: 856.667.5804
Cell: 609.417.6779
Mt. Laurel
305 Fellowship Road
Suite 200
Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054
T: 856.667.9111
F: 856.667.9485
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Jeff Newby manages both large and small scale New Jersey workers’ compensation programs for a range of national and regional clients while developing creative and innovative solutions to high claims volume, exposure reduction and catastrophic workers' compensation matters.

Jeff's steadfast approach to case supervision and control, and his partnership with a diverse range of clients and their often challenging requirements, satisfies his clients' metrics goals, long-range financial planning and current fiscal targets. Jeff directly oversees both multifaceted and minor litigation, initiates file reviews to enforce universal accountability, and goes to court often to personally orchestrate his clients’ desired results. Jeff also assists clients with addressing the course and scope of employment issues along with protecting subrogation reimbursement rights.

Jeff is a Certified Workers’ Compensation Attorney by the New Jersey Supreme Court and was inducted into the College of Workers’ Compensation Lawyers in 2010.

Jeff has also achieved an AV Preeminent peer review rating from Martindale-Hubbell.

From 2018-2020, Jeff was recognized by the prestigious Chambers USA as a noted attorney in workers’ compensation matters, being one of only 10 attorneys in New Jersey attorneys to make the listing in this category. Jeff has also been recognized by Best Lawyers LLC as a peer-reviewed and recommended workers’ compensation defense attorney, and has been every year since 2010.

Jeff has testified before the New Jersey State Senate regarding comprehensive changes to the Workers’ Compensation Statute as a member of the Executive Committee of the New Jersey Bar Association. Jeff has also argued before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, Pennsylvania Superior and Commonwealth Courts, Federal Court, and the New Jersey Superior Court.

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